Trees at One City Plaza lit at night.
Lazy Goat outdoor dining terrace next to the colorful Ginkgo trees.
The Ginkgo trees at River Place have reached peak color.
The boy scout cabin located behind Brandon Mill was built by the workers at Brandon Mill. That original troop no longer exists, but the cabin is periodically used for other scout special events.
Historian Don Koonce found some information about the cabin while researching the history of textile mills in the Greenville area.
Boy Scout Troop 9 is sponsored by the Buncombe Street United Methodist Church. This mural was painted by Rick Forest and is located on the ‘Hut’ behind the church facing College Street.
Outdoor dining on a mild fall afternoon in front of the Nose Dive.
Now that there was at least one good freezing night in the last week, there is a bit more fall leaf color.
The statue of Dr Virginia Uldrick is located near the SC Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities. She was a driving force in the founding of the school and promotion of the arts in this area.
Second Presbyterian Church on the corner of Rhett and River Streets.
The historic Christ Church Episcopal building on Church Street.